Compliance Testing is conducted in accordance with your company’s issued permits (i.e., Permit to Install, Permit to Construct, Permit to Operate, Federally Enforceable State Operating Permit (FESOP), Title V, etc.) GAI will perform the necessary emissions measurement services to ensure that your company complies with all the applicable emission limitations established by the federal, state, local or international agencies. All testing is performed with strict adherence to the methods and test protocols.
Do you require Relative Accuracy Test Audits (RATA) or Cylinder Gas Audits (CGA) or do you need a temporary Continual Emissions Monitoring (CEM) unit? Call GAI.
Performance Optimization and Efficiency Determination often coincide during a project. Testing at the source’s inlet and outlet of an air pollution control device is most common, although working with your company’s operators to modify fan speeds, pump flow, retention time, et cetera, while conducting a series of tests can optimize your process and in the meantime, keep the source under it’s emission limitations. Types of Performance Optimization and Efficiency Determination are: Turbine Tuning, Baghouse Efficiency, Scrubber Efficiency, and Thermal Oxidizer Optimization and Destruction Removal Efficiency.
Experience includes accidental release reporting, permit to install/operate applications, air dispersion modeling, obtainment of air pollution control devices, environmental auditing, environmental monitoring, worker exposure, operation and maintenance planning, potential to emit determination, right-to-know reporting, safety auditing, spill prevention control and countermeasure, waste characterization and analysis.
Similar to Performance Optimization, if emissions monitoring is requested in regards to changes in process that might effect your company's compliance with emission limitations, let GAI assist you in getting the quality data you need in order to make better informed decisions.
Global Air Initiative is now pleased to offer FTIR services to our capabilities. EPA Reference Methods 320 and 321, Performance Specifications 15 and 18.